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  • Then, as you dwelve in, you get to see an outdoor pool, an exclusive waterfront park with a private beach and playing field for children and a beautiful interior to match the style and elegance of its exterior.

    Luxurious Waterfront House in Vancouver

  • And then after this, I will dwelve deeper into battle.

    To Do List

  • It gives you some links to where you can dwelve in the mysteries behind one of the coolest mysteries in Lost - the whispers & hidden audio.

    Lost, in Transition

  • '' Oh, pshaw! 'said the watchman, and went clattering up the street, singing' N'hav p-a-st dwelve o'glock, and a glowdee morn. '

    The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, June 1844 Volume 23, Number 6

  • Before I dwelve into this, I want to thank you for following me and thank you for listening, it feels like the weight of a powerful burden is about to be lifted.

    I will become greater.

  • Give your head a shake and think before you speak, Not all single parents dwelve off the system. News

  • One will have to dwelve deep into our past, take a dispassionate look at the anti-colonial struggle and also the tragic phase of partition riots.


  • I want to dwelve deeper into the witch and witchcraft world, to learn how to prepare real poisons and other mixtures.

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  • I had the chance to go professional, but I had to turn it down due to personal reasons which I shall not dwelve into.

    Not So Little Girl In A Reverie

  • This feeling is reflected in provincial newspapers also where almost all Sindhi newspapers try to dwelve on Sindh-Punjab comparison or try to show the picture where smaller provinces are not being treated fairly.


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